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Economy 5, 50
Education 3, 5, 35, 41
Education, continuing See CON-

TINUING EDUCATION
Educational programs

44
Educational resources 1
Educational Resources Informa-

tion Center 21
Educational system ix
Educational technology 16
Electronic communications 35

See Also Communications
ERIC See EDUCATIONAL RE-

SOURCES INFORMA-

TION CENTER
Equal Opportunity of Access ix,

11, 41
Ethnic
groups

See SPECIFIC
GROUPS i.e. AMERICAN
INDIANS

ASIAN AMERICANS
Evaluation 7
Expenditures 68

Federal libraries and information

services 22
See Also Libraries and informa-

tion services
Federal Library Committee 21
Federal library network 21
Federal policy 8, 22, 58
Federal programs 58
Federal tax monies 26
Federal telecommunications regu.

lations 57
Federal Telecommunications Sys-

tem 57, 63
Federation Internationale de

Documentation 60
FID See FEDERATION INTER-

NATIONALE DE DOCU.

MENTATION
Films 2, 51
Financial assistance 62, 64, 71, 73
Financing See FINANCIAL

ASSISTANCE
The Foundation of Education for

Librarianship 79
Freedom and privacy 85
FTS See FEDERAL TELECOM-

MUNICATIONS SYSTEM
Fund allocations See APPRO-

PRIATIONS
Funding 24, 32, 36, 54, 62, 70, 71,

78 See Also Budgets
Funding policies 74

Facsimile 80
Facsimile service 7, 46
FCC See FEDERAL COMMU-

NICATIONS COMMIS-

SION
Federal agencies xi, 28, 29, 33, 36,

60
Federal assistance 18, 71, 78
Federal Communications Com-

mission 7,57
Federal funding 16, 20, 42, 66, 71,

73
See Also Budgets, Funding
Federal Government ix, xi, 1, 2,

10, 11, 18, 28, 40, 41, 43, 44,
45, 48, 53, 55, 58, 62, 63, 64,

70, 77
Federal involvement 10
Federal legislation vii, 11, 24, 43
Federal librarians 20
Federal libraries 21, 37, 79, 86

Geographic areas ix, 4
Glass Information Center 53
Glossary 80
Government Printing Office 28
Grant programs 45
Grants 77
Growth ix, 1, 6, 23, 31, 64,L85
Guidelines 29, 51, 74

Handicapped 4, 40

See Also Disadvantaged
Hardware 80

Hardware, Computer See COM-

PUTER HARDWARE
Harvard University 53
Hispanic Americans 41
Holographs 57
Hospitals 14, 46
HUD See DEPARTMENT OF

HOUSING AND URBAN

DEVELOPMENT
Human resources xi, xii, 14, 37,

40, 43, 44
Humanities 17,57

ICST See INSTITUTE FOR

COMPUTER SCIENCES

AND TECHNOLOGY
Identification 5, 15
IFLA See INTERNATIONAL

FEDERATION OF

LIBRARY ASSOCIATIONS
Illiteracy 40
Incentives 9, 49, 62, 64
Independent research libraries 85
Indexing 2, 36, 51, 69
Industry 5, 56
Information 1, 2, 3, 8, 36, 56, 80
Information-Centered Program x
Information centers 2, 5, 28, 81,

85, 89
Information community 21, 25,

36, 50, 51, 81
Information-dependent-institu-

tions 5
Information dissemination 7
Information exchange 8, 25, 56
Information explosion 6, 19
Information facilities See INFOR.

MATION CENTERS
Information handling 1, 46, 77
Information industry See INFOR-

MATION COMMUNITY
Information need 89
Information network 56
Information programs ix, 59, 70

Information resources xi, 2, 5, 15,

64,90
Information retrieval systems 24,

32, 54
Information revolution vii
Information scene 2
Information scientists 44, 81
Information services xi, 5, 24, 36,

49, 78, 85
See Also Libraries and informa-

tion services
Information transfer See INFOR-

MATION EXCHANGE
Information techniques vii
Inner city youths 40
The Institute for Computer Sci-

ences and Technology 50
Integrated Telecommunications

Systems 57
Interactive computer timesharing

systems See COMPUTER

TIMESHARING SYSTEMS
Interlibrary communications 56,

79
See Also COMMUNICA-

TIONS
Interlibrary cooperation 36, 72,

79, 81
See Also COOPERATION
Interlibrary loan procedures 17,

19, 32, 56
International Federation of Li-

brary Associations 60
International Library and Infor-

mation Service 85
International Standards Office 60
Interstate Compatibility 35
Interstate networks 33, 42, 50

See Also Network activities
Interstate telecommunications

services 63
IR See INFORMATION RE-

TRIEVAL SYSTEMS
ISO See INTERNATIONAL

STANDARDS OFFICE

Junior college libraries See ACA-

DEMIC LIBRARIES
Jurisdictional boundaries 25, 58
Jurisdictional problems 36
Justification vii

Library and research community

68
Library community 9, 20, 29

See Also Library consortia
Library consortia 26, 27, 32
Library cooperation 32
Library funding and public sup-

port 79

Key components 60
Knowledge ix, 1, 2, 31, 36, 60, 77,

78
See Also Information

Language 4
Law 2, 3, 29
Leadership 44
Legal base 35
Legal obligations 9
Legislation x, 11, 40, 47, 49, 62
Lending 67
Librarians ix, 27, 29, 37, 44, 52,

70, 81
Librarianship 44
Libraries ix, 2, 6, 7, 13, 19, 25, 29,

32, 42, 44, 49, 53, 56, 81
See Also Information commu-

nity
Libraries and information centers

xii, 6, 10, 11, 37, 43, 44, 49,

54, 64, 77
Libraries and information serv-

ices ix, x, xi, 1, 2, 3, 11, 23, 24,
33, 37, 38, 39, 41, 42, 43, 44,

45, 51, 61, 62, 69, 72, 77, 78
Libraries in colleges and univer-

sities See ACADEMIC

LIBRARIES
Library and information commu-

Library information systems 66
Library management 37
Library materials 4, 31, 70
Library networks 32
Library of Congress 20, 29, 32, 38,

41, 45, 51, 61, 66, 67, 68, 69,

71
Library Partnership Act 72
Library Research and Demonstra-

tion Program 59
Library resources 32, 62
Library Services and Construction

Act 72, 74
Library technicians 44
Library training 42, 59, 71
Local activities ix, 6, 14, 36, 39,

61, 62
Local government xi, xii, 11, 43,

73
Local libraries 40, 42

See Also Libraries
Local programs 5
Local resources xii, 16, 40
Loan 67
Long-Range Plan viii
LSCA See LIBRARY SERVICES

AND CONSTRUCTION
ACT

nity 55

net-

Library and information facilities

ix, xi, 1, 11
Library and information

works 20
See Also Information Networks

Networks
Library and information science

Machine methods 37
Machine readable cataloging 34,

37, 43, 44

67, 69
Machine readable data bases 51,

86
See Also Computer data bases
Machine readable texts 52

Music braille 41

See Also Braille

Machine stored catalogs 69
Management ix, 11, 35, 44, 56, 85
Manpower 85

See Also Human resources
Manual methods 13
MARC See MACHINE READ-

ABLE CATALOGING
MARC II format
See MACHINE READABLE

CATALOGING FORMAT
Marketing 22
Matching funds 42, 43, 62, 70, 74
Media centers 16, 44

See Also Audiovisual materials
Media programs 79, 85
Media services See MEDIA

CENTERS
Medical periodicals 54
Medicine 5
Membership appointment 90
Membership compensation 91
Metropolitan areas 32
Microfiche 46
Microfilm 7,52
Microforms 31, 53, 68
See Also Specific microforms i.e.

Microfiche, Microfilm
Micrographics 6, 7, 25, 29, 52
Microphotograph 7
Mini-computers 56

See Also Computers
Minorities 40, 41, 43
See Also Specific minorities i.e.

American Indians, Asian

Americans
Mobility 24
Monographs viii, 51, 66
Multistate activities ix, 24, 33, 49,

56, 61, 64, 82
Multistate library See MULTI-

STATE NET ORK
Multistate networks xi, 33, 35, 41,

49, 50
Multitype 35
Museums 46

NASA See NATIONAL AERO-

NAUTICS AND SPACE

ADMINISTRATION
NASA scientific and technical in-

formation facility See NA-
TIONAL AERONAUTICS
AND SPACE ADMINIS-
TRATION SCIENTIFIC
AND TECHNICAL IN-

FORMATION FACILITY
National Advisory Commission

on Libraries 23
National Aeronautics and Space

Administration 57
National Aeronautics and Space

Administration Scientific and
Technical Information Facil-

ity 21
National Agricultural Library 20,

67, 72
National audiovisual repository

54
National Bibliographic Center 82
National Bureau of Standards 50
National Center for Education

Statistics 79
National Commission on Librar-

ies and Information Science

appears throughout the text
National Commission on Librar-

ies and Information Science

enabling legislation 89
National growth 2
National guidelines 36
National Institutes of Health Li-

brary 29
National Lending Library 67, 82
National Library of Medicine 20,

26, 32, 67
National Microfilm Association 52
National Office for Research and

Special Libraries 10

NTIS See NATIONAL TECH-

NICAL INFORMATION
SERVICE

National Program for Acquisi-

tions and Cataloging 68
See Also Acquisitions and cata-

loging
National Program Document viii
National Program for Library and

Information Services vii
National resources x, 1, 10, 18, 77,

78
National Science Foundation 52,

60, 79
National Serials Service 69
National Technical Information

Service 21, 28
National Union Catalog 67
National Union Catalog, com-

puterized 41
Nationwide network See NET-

WORKING ACTIVITIES
NCLIS See NATIONAL COM.

MISSION ON LIBRARIES
AND INFORMATION SCI-

ENCE
NELINET See NEW ENGLAND

LIBRARY INFORMA-

TION NETWORK
Networking activities xi, xii, 5, 8,

9, 14, 15, 18, 27, 31, 35, 42,
44, 47, 48, 50, 54, 56, 58, 59,

67, 70, 78, 82
Newberry Library 53
New England Library Informa-

tion Network 33
Newspaper media 38
New technological sources 13, 37,

46
See Also Computers
New York Public Library 53
NIH library See NATIONAL

INSTITUTES OF

HEALTH LIBRARY
The Ninety-Third U.S. Congress

3
Non-print materials 25

OCLC See OHIO COLLEGE

LIBRARY CENTER
OECD See ORGANIZATION

FOR ECONOMIC
COOPERATION AND

DEVELOPMENT
Office of Library and Learning

Resources 48
Office of Management and Budget

ix
Office of Science Information

Service, National Science

Foundation 59
Ohio College Library Center 33
On-Line computer information

systems 8, 34, 46, 51, 69, 83
See Also Computer data bases
On-Line Retrieval Services See

ON-LINE COMPUTER
INFORMATION

SYSTEMS
Opinion gathering vii
Organization for Economic Coop-

eration and Development 60
Organizational upgrading 44
OSIS/NSF See OFFICE OF SCI-

ENCE INFORMATION
SERVICE/NATIONAL

SCIENCE FOUNDATION
Outreach programs 41, 44
Overall plans 89, 90

Paperback books 4
Paraprofessionals 37, 44, 77
Periodical, Medical See MEDI.

CAL PERIODICALS
Personnel 7, 31, 44
Phonograph records 4
Photocopying 29

See Also Copying

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